The head of the World Coal Association says SA stands a better chance of meeting its energy requirements, as well as reducing its emissions, if investment is made in new clean coal technology rather than trying to eliminate all fossil fuels.

SA is set to receive $8.5bn (R135bn) from wealthy nations to help end its reliance on coal in a deal announced at the recent UN Climate Change Conference (COP26). ..

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